Tax day is upon us and unfortunately for many of us that means paying up. Freelance writers like myself know this pain quite well, trust me, my eye is still twitching. However, in the best case scenarios mailing in the tax forms is a little like winning the lottery. You fill in the blanks and … Continue reading 5 Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund
Everyone knows advertising during the Super Bowl is big bucks. The Wall Street Journal indicates that the automotive industry spent $26.4 million on Super Bowl advertising ten years ago. In comparison, car companies spent $117.6 million on Super Bowl commercials last year. The Detroit Free Press reports, “Last year, nine automakers purchased commercials for 11 … Continue reading The Best Super Bowl Car Commercials
According to data from the FBI, nearly 700,000 cars were stolen across the nation in 2013. Over $4.1 billion was lost as a result of stolen vehicles that year, and on average, each owner lost $5,972. So, what happens to all those stolen cars? While some stolen cars are recovered by law enforcement, there are … Continue reading What Happens to Stolen Cars?
By Allie Vadas It’s all about the Halloween Car Decorations …No, that’s not a typo. There is such thing as trunk or treating, an event where people bring their tricks and their treats to a common area and take Halloween to a whole new level. Participants turn trunks or tailgates into front porches and eliminate … Continue reading Trunk or Treat: 15 Halloween Car Decoration Ideas
Based on our research, nearly 800,000 used cars driving America’s roads right now may be part of an emerging fraud called title washing. Here’s how the con men do it: they take rebuilt wrecks and cars with odometer issues and make them look like problem-free used cars on paper. The number 1 state for this … Continue reading Infographic: Car Title Washing 2014
Odometer fraud is a major problem for consumers and happens in every state. So, what do you do if you’re a victim of this scam? Unfortunately, many people who unknowingly buy a rolled-back car don’t know who they should report it to or contact an agency that’s unable to help them. So who do you … Continue reading What to do about a rolled back odometer